Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book to review. I wanted to love this book so much. I’ve been fascinated by the concept of Young Centurions and I’m always collecting books and games to use in education or parenting. Fate! Pulp, which is not really my thing but very close to steampunk and… Read More Review: Sally Slick and the Steel Syndicate
Whoa, that daily blogging schedule I had kind of went poof, huh? It’s not that I haven’t been writing much. I have, most days. It’s just that a lot of it hasn’t been on the blog. And I do prioritize the reading schedule because getting into that habit has been a lot harder for me,… Read More Week(s) In Review
Ba da baaaa da ba da – GHOSTBUSTERS! I didn’t think I was going to see this until it came out on blu-ray. My husband saw a lot of bad reviews and really wasn’t into it at all, and I’m not going to drag someone to a movie they don’t want to see. I’m especially… Read More Review: Ghostbusters (2016)
I mentioned several entries ago that my local comic store had a Black History Month table. One of the graphic novels on it was The Silence of Our Friends by Mark Long, Jim Demonakos, and Nate Powell. The blurb says it’s about a black family and a white one finding common ground in the civil… Read More Review: The Silence of Our Friends
(In case I don’t make it clear enough in the post, this message is for white people. Specifically, about our responsibility for racism even if we’re against it and needing to face that if we’re ever going to move on.) Like a lot of people I know, I’m not great at seeing racism. That’s partly… Read More Our Place in the Story
Toyyyys. I’m too old for toys, or so I’m told. But if you call it collecting instead of playing it’s suddenly acceptable, right? 😀 1. Star Wars! I loved The Force Awakens. (Don’t worry, I know a bunch of people who haven’t seen it yet so I’ll steer clear of spoilers.) When Guardians of the… Read More 3 Things for February – Toys!